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Explore our two power systems journals, Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems and the Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy. Why not submit your own Smart or Power Grid research to these journals?
- Green neighbourhoods in low voltage networks: measuring impact of electric vehicles and photovoltaics on load profiles
- Transactive control: a framework for operating power systems characterized by high penetration of distributed energy resources
- Overview of power electronics technology and applications in power generation transmission and distribution
Read more Smart Grid research published in the Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy.
- Day-ahead optimal charging/discharging scheduling for electric vehicles in microgrids
- Shifting of research trends in islanding detection method - a comprehensive survey
- New development in relay protection for smart grid
Read more Smart Grid research published in Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems.
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Being a multifaceted topic, research related to Smart Grids is published in a broad range of our open access journals. Find a selection of Smart Grid articles below - all articles are free to read and share.
Comparison of smart grid architectures for monitoring and analyzing power grid data via Modbus and REST
Smart grid, smart metering, electromobility, and the regulation of the power network are keywords of the transition in energy politics. In the future, the power grid will be smart. Based on different works, this article presents a data collection,...
Susanne Kenner, Raphael Thaler, Markus Kucera, Klaus Volbert and Thomas Waas
Battery aging-aware energy management of green small cells powered by the smart grid
Mobile operators are deploying energy-harvesting heterogeneous networks due to their foreseen advantages such as self-sustainable capability and reduced operating expenditure, which cannot be offered by conventional grid powered communications...
Mouhcine Mendil, Antonio De Domenico, Vincent Heiries, Raphael Caire and Nouredine Hadjsaid
Smart design rules for smart grids: analysing local smart grid development through an empirico-legal institutional lens
This article entails an innovative approach to smart grid technology implementation, as it connects governance research with legal analysis. We apply the empirico-legal ‘ILTIAD framework’, which combines Elinor Ostrom’s Institutional Analysis and Development (IAD) framework...
Imke Lammers and Michiel A. Heldeweg
Big Data management in smart grid: concepts, requirements and implementation
A smart grid is an intelligent electricity grid that optimizes the generation, distribution and consumption of electricity through the introduction of Information and Communication Technologies on the electricity grid...
Houda Daki, Asmaa El Hannani, Abdelhak Aqqal, Abdelfattah Haidine and Aziz Dahbi
Recent advances of the signal processing techniques in future smart grids
Smart grid is an emerging research field of the current decade. The distinguished features of the smart grid are monitoring capability with data integration, advanced analysis to support system control, enhanced power security and effective communication to meet the power demand...
Zahoor Uddin, Ayaz Ahmad, Aamir Qamar and Muhammad Altaf
Multi-resolution privacy-enhancing technologies for smart metering
The availability of individual load profiles per household in the smart grid end-user domain combined with non-intrusive load monitoring to infer personal data from these load curves has led to privacy concerns.
Fabian Knirsch, Günther Eibl and Dominik Engel
Dynamic power allocation for a multiuser transmitter with hybrid energy sources
In this paper, we investigate the problem of dynamic power allocation for a multiuser transmitter supplied by hybrid energy sources in details. Specifically, we focus on the hybrid energy sources which include both the traditional power grid...
Didi Liu, Jiming Lin, Junyi Wang and Frank Jiang
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